6 responses

  1. desi
    September 23, 2009

    You are still feeling blah because the last remnants of nicotine are fading from your body. You have to make it through the first months for the really bad withdrawal symptoms to disappear. It takes a full three months before you’ll feel totally human again. It sounds like you are quitting cold turkey [ie. no gum or patch]. The good news is that people who quit cold turkey and succeed generally are able to give it up forever

  2. dalecant
    September 23, 2009

    Keep the effort up!
    You will soon start feeling better. You will be able to exercise longer, and little efforts will just be little efforts. Try controlling your anxiety, and not thinking too much about it. Good luck, and congratulations.

  3. fusion20
    September 24, 2009

    You can find quit smoking help here;

  4. Young boi
    September 24, 2009

    Smoking kills u quicker,fun doesnt

  5. Ray
    September 24, 2009

    I smoked for 20 years and have quit for 5 years. You may not feel your health improving because its slow. You WILL notice it decline if you start smoking again. Your taste should be sharper and your sense of smell. You will definately smell better. Quitting is the hardest thing I ever did. Good job and good luck.

  6. em
    September 24, 2009

    Hang in there
    you’ll feel better soon just try to take your mind of smokes i 2 have been there

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